posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 07:08 PM
reply to post by itsthetooth
But a population also does not refer to an entire species so stereo was wrong as well.
Oh you appear to have decided to even cherry pick what you want to claim off topic now. Allopatric Speciation does not refer to an entire
species but it does refer to an entire population of a species in isolation.
10 pigs get divided by a river so there are 5 either side. Isolated from each other. So you have a population of a species each side. So no Stereo did
not say an entire species as that is not what allopatric speciation describes. You seem to be the only one here that does not understand it. Or more
correctly you do not want to understand it.
That is suggested but its never been proven as what ever is behind the workings of evolution is oddly never identified, its only assumed its just a
Just how many ways have you got to show you do not understand even the basics of evolution. The processes (that includes allopatric
speciation) have been fully identified and explained.